Emergency Procedures and First Aid
When calling in an Emergency
Call Emergency Number: 9-1-1
Specify whether you need Police, Ambulance or Fire
Have the following information available:
Building name: ICICS/CS Building
Building address: 2366 Main Mall, UBC
Location within the building of the incident
Your Phone Number
Do NOT hang up as additional information may be needed
Employees (faculty, staff, and student-staff),
Students and visitors, dial 604-822-2222
In the event of a medical emergency, first call 9-1-1 and then call Campus Security for First Aid.
While you are waiting for First Aid to arrive:
- Ensure there is no danger to yourself or victim.
- Do NOT move victim unless their life is endangered.
- Remain with victim until help arrives.
- Your Supervisor
- CS Emergency Director email: email@example.com
UBC Campus Security responds to all First Aid calls for students, faculty, staff, student-staff, and visitors on the UBC Vancouver Point Grey campus. Our patrol officers are Occupational First Aid Level 2 (OFA2) certified and will respond and provide initial care and implement any critical interventions up to the scope of their training until paramedics arrive on scene. All medical emergencies should continue to be directed to 9-1-1.
Report all accidents or near-miss incidents immediately to your supervisor and to the CS Emergency Director firstname.lastname@example.org within 24 hours. In addition all accidents and incidents must be reported using the on-line Central Accident Incident Reporting System (CAIRS). For more information see UBC Accident/Incident Reporting
- Sign up for Emergency UBC Alerts to your cell phone
- Read the online ICICS/CS Safety Orientation
- Department members must complete UBC CS Safety Quiz
- Familiarize yourself with the ICICS building floor plan and ICICS Area of Assembly
- Participate in all practice drills and training programs
- This is a chemical free building. Please DO NOT bring in or use chemicals in the ICICS/CS building.
- Review UBC Emergency Procedures on Active Shooter, Bomb Threat, Earthquake, Evacuation … etc.
- Familiarize yourself with UBC Occupational First Aid Program and UBC Centralized Accident / Incident Reporting System (CAIRS)
- Create your own Emergency Disaster Kit
- More information can be found on UBC Emergency Preparedness Website.
The department considers health and safety to be of paramount concern. Emergencies, disasters, accidents and injuries can occur at any time and without warning. Be prepared to handle emergencies. All new faculty, staff and graduate students working in the ICICS/CS building must complete the Safety Orientation checklist.[DM1]
- Working safely is a fundamental part of your job so take your time to orient yourself with the rules. All employees and visitors must complete the Safety Orientation Quiz. If this is not completed access to the facilities may be declined.
- You must have your supervisor’s permission before attempting any task which could be unsafe.
- You must be trained before undertaking any task which could be dangerous.
- You have the right to refuse to do any task which you feel is unsafe. (It’s the law)
- You are responsible for doing your best to maintain your area as a clean and safe working environment
- Orientation, training and supervision (More information from Safety & Risk Services)
- UBC Safety Vancouver app
UBC Safe is a free mobile safety app available for iPhone and Android devices for the UBC Vancouver campus. This multi-function app puts direct access to campus safety resources and security tools in your hand, while on the go.
- AMS Safewalk
- Personal Safety on Campus